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problems but reporting no delay. that is good news for caltrain commuters. no metering lights, just a minor backup. slug iron the upper deck into the city. >> happening three hours from now at 9:00, 49er players will return to their santa clara headquarters to clean out their lockers. it is the final step after the team's super bowl sunday loss and our news reporter joins us live from santa clara. amy in. >> back on home surf. they will have a team meeting at 9:00, addressing the media, clean out their lockers and close out the season. the 49ers came home yesterday. we have a great shot of kaepernick arriving at the airport, fans were there, cigaretting the -- greeting the team. the players were not in a chatty mood but coach harbaugh said a quick "hello."
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>> thank you very much. great run. thanks for the support. >> the future looks great. we have a long team. my son will get his first super bowl, i have seen five. he will get his first and they will get it next year. >> here is a quick shot of davis driving away, he had the window down so fan could see him, and mike crabtree did the same at team headquarters in santa clara. they have another year at candlestick before they play in the santa clara new stadium. players think next year is a big one, they will take what they have learned from this season, from this loss. it will make them better, and maybe a super bowl next year. certainly they will get questions about that at the press conference this morning. live in santa clara, for abc7 news. >> a just released study ranks traffic in the bay area among
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the worst in the nation, a report from texas a&m shows washington, dc is at the top, los angeles is number two and san francisco is oakland are tied for number two and new york city is number four. coming up in the next half hour, cornell bernard will breakdown this new report including how were time you are spending in traffic. also new this morning, private shuttles have another stop in san francisco with an 80' stop on van ness at union street reserved for pickups between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., and the private stop is meant to prevent clashes between shuttles and muni buses during the busy morning commute hours. >> a woman and two children are expected to survive after being hit by a car in pittsburg last
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night. miss is not said what led to the crash or if the driver was been arrested. you can see bicycles are down. one child was airlifted to the hospital. the victim's name or conditions have not been releases. >> the five-year-old boy rescued from alabama bunker is laughing and doing okay after a daring rescue by f.b.i. agents. the suspect shot and killed a school bus driver and took five-year-old ethan hostage. the file, "tried -- the f.b.i. tried to get the boy's release but the talks were deteriorating and when they found out the suspect had a gun, they went into the bunker and the suspect was killed and they saved the boy. >> happening now in florida a hearing is underway for george zimmerman, the man accused of killing unarmed teenager, trayvon martin, a year ago. you are looking at live pictures
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from the courtroom in sanford, florida. the hearing will decide whether george zimmerman's request for a delay in the trial should be granted. the trial is scheduled to get underway june 10. george zimmerman's defense team wants it delayed until november. george zimmerman admitted shooting 17-year-old trayvon martin but says he is not guilty under ""stand your ground" law. >> governor decemberry is airing ads in texas touting the business friendly regulations and low taxes and saying california companies should check out texas. the governor brown is not worried saying if los angeles, everyone with half a brain is coming to california. >> a hearing date is now set for, giant slugger barry bonds who is appearing the obstruction of justice conviction.
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oral arguments are held in front of a three judge panel of the court of appeals in san francisco. the judges were appointed by three different democratic presidents. bonds was convicts of giving misleading testimony before a federal grand jury. >> when niners lost the super bowl, san francisco police chief lost a bet to an old friend so that means he has to do this, the ray lewis squirrel dance, what lewis does before every ravens home game and made the bet with former oakland. police chief and current baltimore chief of police. >> we made a friendly bet he had to kaepernick or i had to do the ray rue business, i will do my pose that i did the ray lewis dance and send it to tony and well close the books on last season. >> but the pictures will live forever. he says he will have to find a ravens hat to put on because he
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is not buying one. >> well, the baltimore police chief better practice cammer -- kaepernicking for next season. >> what hispanics are saying about obama's immigration reform. sir i'm gonna have to ask you to
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ok, did she seriously just say that? geico. just click away with our free mobile app. >> we are back on this tuesday starting off rather mild. our coolest temperature is 41 in antioch. we have 50 in oakland and everyone else is the mid-to-upper 40's. enjoy the mild temperatures. remember the stubborn cloud cover yesterday? more so today with temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's. moving forward we have more sunshine but temperatures are the same tomorrow with light showers possible from the thursday commute and the chance lingers on friday but a small chance and just more about the cooler conditions on friday than the rain. sue? >> eastbound highway four, fortunately, the we verse commute, pittsburg, reports of an accident blocking the lane.
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westbound is slowing from antioch moving toward the pittsburg area so we will follow that. from the central valley, sluggish from tracy and it picks up through livermore and 80 eastbound at redwood parkway the accident is out of the lane. this could just be a trickle of slowing. walnut creek, a few brake lights and it is sluggish at the 24 junction. kristen and eric? >> former cal football coach could be out of a job but he will not have to worry about bouncing checks getting up to $5.5 million in a settlement agreement with the university. he was fired this season after 3-9 record. cal growed pay $1.6 million this year, $1.8 million next year, and $1.59 million in 2015. he is the all time winningest
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coach with 82-50 record with the team. >> a poll showing a slip for president obama when it comes to a group that helped him get elected. but, first, seven-day ordeal ends for a five-year-old boy in alabama, the high-tech equipment
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>> santa clara, san francisco, east bay, and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> 6:15. let's look at cloud forecast. it is thick. watch house stubborn it remains during the morning and the early afternoon. you can see the cold front
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coming through. it is quiet. from noon to 3:00 or 4:00. behind it, we will see sunshine late if the day. temperatures until then are in the 40's. 50's at noon and low-to-mid 50's and mid-to-upper 50's at 4:00. this evening, a light jacket and mid-40's to low 50's. christian? >> this morning, the five-year-old boy held hostage in alabama bunker for a week is free. the captor is dead. we are learning how the rescue mission went down. now more on that daring rescue. >> good morning, kristen. exactly a week ago the boy was snatched and held captive and this morning we can report that the best possible news: he is safe. we are told he is doing well. >> this morning, the little boy held captive for seven days is
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safe. ethan, in this photograph here, celebrates his 6th birthday tomorrow surrounding by family. he was taken to a hospital for treatment and said to be physically unharmed. >> he is laughing. joking. playing. eating. the things you would expect a normal five to six-year-old to do. >> the suspect, 65 years old, is dead after the f.b.i. agents stormed the bunker. abc learn that authorities inserted a high desk camera and monitored his movements and used an explosive and neutralized him after becoming increasingly concerned he could act out. >> he was observed holding a gun, at this point, f.b.i. agents, fearing the child was in imminent danger, entered the bunker and rescued the child. >> the stand off began on tuesday when he boarded a school bus. >> he said i will kill you. >> he shot and killed the bus driver and snatched ethan. the boy was held in a 6 by 8'
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underground bunker. the swat team negotiate through a ventilation pipe. law enforcement flew drones over the house looking for signs he was alive and ways to rescue him. authorities say they handled the situation slowly in order to keep ethan safe. >> you have to be extremely careful because any sort of device you might use against him could obviously harm ethan because he is right there. >> interest in the stand off extended beyond alabama, and even president obama praised authorities for saving the boy. >> thank you. >> new this morning, president obama is enjoying a high approval rating with hispanics, a poll shows 70 percent of hispanics now approve of the president's job performance, down 5 percent from december but still ahead of what the president polls during the middle of his re-election
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campaign last summer. the poll comes as the president starts the push for immigration reform. >> we will see a change in the weather starting this morning. >> it is milder. mike has the forecast. >> absolutely. let's get to it at 6:18, the bay bridge shows they are not practicing with the lights. it was beautiful to watch. we will see the clouds looking to the port of oakland. the clouds are showing up on live doppler 7 hd but no radar runs reinforcing the air is tie dry for rain. the clouds have kept temperatures up this morning and as they move in, the high clouds will keep our sunshine dim during the afternoon hours and that will hold temperatures close to average if not cooler than yesterday. 41 in antioch for the low end and 50 on the high end and antioch is the only one in the
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low 40's so address accordingly and mid-to-upper 40's around the monterey bay and inland. today, sunny, and the cold front will come through quietly and open us up for cooler night tonight, and more sunshine tomorrow before the next cold front comes in on thursday and friday and bring as chance of wet weather and that passes, brighter and warmer weather for the weekend. highs to the east, a huge looking system but the moisture is to the north and the entire system is pushing the high pressure that has been keeping us dry and seasonal. this will move through quietly today but it does not have moisture and you can see the back side, this is the cooler air and the sunshine for tomorrow as we go back further on the jet stream, or upstream, if you will, we have a greater chance of showers on thursday but not very impressive. here we are thursday morning, as we start the morning rush hour, and a chance of rain possible in the north pay with drizzle for the rest of us and you can see right through the heart of rush
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how, the north bay, the central bay, is the most likely to get wet as we end rush hour the storms are moving in the south bay and by noon for the most part they are out of here and headed to the south. as we look upstream there is a chance of a scatter shower on thursday afternoon and, again, friday. but a very small chance we are talking .1". temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's and in the same range tomorrow, with more sunshine, and you can see the cooler weather for friday so if we get the scatter showers the snow level could be around 3,000 or 2,500'. saturday and sunday and monday increasing sunshine and the warmer weather. >> we go back to the pittsburg area eastbound c.h.p. arriving on the scene, the reverse commute direction, and it is not blocking the lane of traffic right now. as you can see the westbound sluggish out of antioch and they are looking at under 20 minutes westbound to concord and eastbound 80 at redwood parkway
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a big rig and a car on the shoulder but emergency crews are blocking the right lane so there could be slowing eastbound. no bart delays with the capital corridor train 25-minute delay and no caltrain delay. a new accident southbound 680 that could slow things there. metering lights have been turned on and traffic is backed to the overpass and sluggish on the upper deck headed into the city. >> thank you. it cannot happen here. ahead, santa clara make as promise of the new 49ers stadium following the super bowl blackout new orleans. >> nothing says valentine's day like a box of chocolates. which box? we have a brand new ♪ we were skipping stones and letting go ♪
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from nature valley. ♪ ♪ i was thinking that i hope this never ends ♪ [ female announcer ] nature valley granola bars, nature at its most delicious. >> we are back with a look at what will happen today, with cloud cover this morning, temperatures about 43 to 50 and by the afternoon, partly sunny and mid-to-upper 50's and this evening, breezy and decreasing clouds and 47 to 52. now, across the state, live doppler 7 hd is quiet wherever you look, a few showers are possible around eureka, and sunny in tahoe at 48 and low-to-mid 60's in los angeles and san diego. safe travels. here are kristen and eric. >> thank you, mike. valentine's day is next week and sweet treats will no doubt be
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popular. >> and michael finney and our partners at "consumer reports" taste test box chocolates to find which is best. >> you want an unusual gift? "consumer reports" say it could be a box of chocolates. >> there are exotic bobbons you can buy, which is one of 30 gift box chocolates "consumer reports" taste tested and rated excellent and cost $40 plus shipping. woodhouse assortment was better, costing $90 plus shipping. >> this assortment has amazing flavors like cinnamon toast and
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pecan pie and the flavors explode in your mouth. >> delicious chocolates can be expensive there are ways to save. buying at the shop can save you the shipping cost. signing for a newsletter or mailing list can help you find savings, too. >> we found good chocolates that are less expensive including ferrari collection that costs $11 sold at drugstores. >> they were flavorful with crispy interior coating and nuts that added interesting textures. remember, freshly made chocolates have a short shelf life of ten to 14 days so the valentine may need some help finishing off the box. >> hope you are taking note. >> i was. i know what chocolate she likes.
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>> sydney, athens, london, should san francisco be on the list? the new effort the mayor is launching to make the city by the way the host of the summer olympic games. >> coming up first the super bowl blackout put a black eye on the superdome and officials for the new 49er stadium say it could not happen here. >> bay area traffic as bad as los angeles. it is true. a study confirms that and showing how much we spend in
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>> live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news. >> you got it all sorts out over there? >> after shuffling the papers we are ready to go at 6:30 on tuesday morning. >> i am eric thomas. >> i am kristen sze.
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>> and now to mike nicco, our meteorologist. >> cloud cover and mild temperatures, good morning. no need to worry about wet weather this morning we are showing dry conditions. about 48 hours from now, we will have radar returns tracking rain for thursday and friday. today, we will break it down region by region. the bay is cloudy and hazy through 7:00. mostly cloudy at noon and mid-to-upper 40's and by 4:00, we will partly sunny and less sunshine that yesterday and mid-50's to around 60. if you are inland, it is overcast through the morning hours and not so bright as noon, especially the eastbound valley at 47 to 52 and by 4:00 we are cooler than yesterday, mid-to-upper 50's and at coast we had a lost stubborn clouds we can do the same today, 43 to 489, temperatures from new to 7:00, and brighter by 4:00 at 52 to 56. clearing skies tonight and
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cooler weather on the way for tomorrow, and i will show you that coming up in the forecast. here is traffic. sue? >> good morning, mike, now, to vallejo eastbound 80 at redwood parkway, off to the showering the big rig and the car, that is the reverse commute. eastbound 4, has an accident and it is stacked up. new accident reported southbound 101 at roland in novato partly blocking the off-ramp and southbound 680, we have an accident blocking a lane there. the san mateo bridge is sluggish moving to san mateo. kristen and eric? >> new this morning if the commute to and from work seems to take over, there is a reason. traffic in the bay area is ranked among the worst in the nation. cornell bernard is live on his
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80. in this case, time is money. >> that is right. we are learning how much that commute is costing all of us. you might be surprised. behind me interstate 80 in emeryville is moving well this morning but that is bound to change. a new study from texas texas a&m found that the commuters spent a total of $121 billion in wasted time and gas sitting in traffic. the bay area is in the top three for worse commutes. washington, dc area is number one. that means drivers there wasted 67 hours last year costing each of them almost $1,400. 61 hours at $1,300 in los angeles, and 61 hours and $1,200, more than $1,200 wastes dollars for drivers here in the san francisco-oakland area. we are tied for second, with los angeles, for terrible traffic. study shows we are adapting,
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building delays into our commute, about an hour for a trip that could take 20 minutes without traffic. we are spending way too much time in our cars. >> hard to believe we got do that point. soon we will have a smog cloud around us because los angeles is bad. really bad. >> sitting in the car for an hour and a half each way is a lot of time wasted. maybe i will listen to a become but most of the time i am listening to the news. >> and some would like to see more car pool options, transportation bosses could be innocented to improve the freeways and keep much moving. so far, it is working this morning. we are live in emeryville if abc seven news. >> cornell, thank you. oakland police are looking into a devastating crash caught on
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camera, a story we brought you first here on abc7. watch this, focus on the man standing on a corner of foothill boulevard yesterday morning when the driver of a stolen jeep, boom, smashes into another car at intersection where the man was standing. the driver of the jeep died. the driver of the honda suffered minor injuries. the jeep was stolen minutes earlier. >> also in the commotion after, no one knows where the man on the corner ran off to but the fact he was able to run off and survive it is incredible. >> the fate of california's medical marijuana dispensary will be discussed in a session of the state supreme court today with justices hearing arguments whether local governments have the right to ban dispensaries. voters approved them in 96 next under proposition 215. however, 180 cities and counties across the state have bans on the dispensaries. the special session is unled way at the university of san
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francisco at 11 a.m. >> the san jose city council will consider taking an official stand on marriage equality. next month the supreme court reviews two cases on the state ban on same-sex marriage and the federal defense of marriage which denies benefits to gay and lesbian couples. san jose city council hope to join the city of san francisco in asking the court to strike down the laws. >> the national gun debate started after the sandy hook elementary school and is heating up in los gatos. a new gun store opened in december and drew a lost opposition. some complain a public review was not conducted although the city officials everyone not required to. supporters of the store turned out no large numbers and they say the store opened legally and should not be punished. any new rules enacted will affect only future gun stores looking to only in los gatos. >> the san francisco 49ers will hold a final team meeting at their santa clara
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headquarters this morning as they clean out lockers for the season. a disain't positived nineers team returned home after heartbreaking loss in super bowl xlvii. kaepernick averaged the crowd of more than 100 people who turned out to greet the team and hundreds of others cheered them on arriving from the practice facility. the cope was the last to emerge and said thanks to the fans. >> you saw the super bowl blackout on sunday and now boosters here are trying to land the 2016 super bowl at the 49ers new santa clara stadium are saying it will not happen here. our media partner says that there is no doubt the topic of utilities are on the minds of the team owners when they pick a winner in may. the niners new stadium will be powered by two new electrical substations near the site. >> would you pay extra to make sure you could skip the crying kids on your next flight? as a mom i cannot do that but maybe you could.
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the ail now giving passengers that option. >> first, bringing the best athletes from around the world to the bay area, an effort to make san francisco the host city for the summer olympics. >> here is a live look outside at walnut crook area at 680 and traffic looks heavy. >> slow there. we will check with sue find out we will check with sue find out what is the heck is going of wag
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moves through quietly and on the back side there is dry air bringing sunshine late in the afternoon. temperatures in the mid-to-upper 50's with partly sunny afternoon, more sunshine but mid-to-upper 50's tomorrow and lit showers for thursday and a scatter shower is possible on friday. sue? >> we go to san leandro with reports of an accident northbound 880, two left lanes and the latest has been cleared on the shoulder with emergency crews possibly still blocking the right lane, but the accident itself is off to the shoulder, with injuries involved, northbound, 880, before davis in the san leandro area. westbound 580 at greenville the accident is cleared to the median with slow traffic from the central valley up and over the altamont pass and through livermore, and southbound 101, the accident is partly blocking the off-ramp and southbound 680, you will find slow traffic because of an early accident there. it is now cleared to the
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shoulder. >> 6:41. san francisco mayor lee is making a new push to bring the summer olympic games to the bay area. the mayor lee tells the chronicle with a new 49er stadium in santa clara and arena for the warriors headed for the water front there is the possibility of bringing the 2014 games to the bay area. he is creating a permanent group to work on bringing the olympics here, and says the bay area draw has improved since they bid a host for the 2016 olympics which was withdrawn when plans to build a new stadium at candlestick fell apart. >> breaking business news, a major deal involving dell computer at the new york stock exchange from jane king. >> but, first, airline quiet zone. the passengers now given the option to skip the crying kids
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>> santa rosa, berkeley, and san jose and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> if you are scared, i have unsettling news we are 83 percent of normal for the snow pack in the sierra and it slides rapidly through this month. right now it is quiet on live doppler 7 hd with a few showers headed to eureka and a few high elevations snows at chico but low-to-mid 60's in the central valley and 48 in tahoe and 58 in yosemite. headed to san diego and los angeles, more cloud cover and cooler at low-to-mid 60's. kristen and eric? >> time to check with jo miracl?
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find out next, right here, on "good morning america" today. >> got to listen do that one. >> i will pass on the reporter involvement but thanks. >> if you are one of those people who ask the bartender to put diet soda in the cocktail that could make you more drunk. researchers say the stomach treats sugar sweetened beverage like food but diet mixers do not have sugar and that could lead to increased alcohol absorption. >> if you fly a lot, imagine no more crying babies or kids kicking the back of your seat. i apologize for my kids.
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two airlines promise that for a price. air asia, the largest budgetarily, will offer kid-free zones on the flights, for up to $23 you it is in a curtained off section where kids are not allowed and get soft are lighting and seats away from the bathroom. another airlines start add similar program last year and it is not clear how effective the special seating is if there is a screaming baby outside the done because sound travels. >> in the last 10 minutes we have learned of a major deal involving h.p.'s competitor, dell computers. we go to jane king live at the new york stock exchange. >> good morning. a company is going private in a deal worth $24 billion, dell is tabling back majority control of a company he started 30 years
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ago. the stock lost half of the value since january of 2007 and right now, shares are halted on wall street on that news. you think you love your school? pay back the student loans or the former college may sue you. the university of pennsylvania, and george washington and yale are among the schools going after former students who do not pay back the college difficulties. record defaults on $1 billion in federal student loans leaving schools little choice, part of revolving funds so they do caught in pay back there is less to loan to new student whose cannot afford the college. >> now the boeing 787 dreamliner problems with boeing asking the f.a.a. to resume test flights of the boeing 787 dreamliner which is grounds over the battery fire and other problems continue. >> the markets are regaining some of what was lost yesterday. it will be a roller coaster the past few trading sessions but we are positive and bloomberg silicon valley index is higher. mountain view based lincoln resulting results after the bell and we will see if the
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networking site can beat expectations. again. >> and a new ipad with beefed up memory, beating off amazon and samsung and maintain an advantage with droid at their heels. and ihop is offering a deal on pancakes from this morning until 10:00 tonight but i hop is asking guests to volunteer to the miracle network hospitals. >> have a great day. >> there will be lines at inhot. just cut to the front because it is national weather caster day. >> that is a good day but i wouldn't do it. they will deliver it to me. >> doesn't hurt to ask. >> my hero paveed -- paveed the
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way from "anchor man." >> enough about me. now, you and the weather, what to expect outside. you can see from mount tamalpais, cloudy again. we will look what is going on, on live doppler 7 hd, do we have any rain in the forecast? not this morning. it is quiet. we are looking at clouds increasing in the upper part of the atmosphere and you can see from the upper left of the screen headed to the lower right that cold front will come through quietly and keep us more cloudy. most of us are in the mid-to-upper 50's like 47 in san jose and 48 in san francisco. mid-to-upper 30's at monterey bay and inland. sunny today and a dry cold front but a wet komisarjevskying in on thursday and friday and when it
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passes we have brighter and warmer weekend for the weather, high pressure retreating to the east of the big storm system moving toward the coast. most of the moisture is to the north. we will get a quiet cold front passage today other than the clouds that will kick up. when it kick up the clouds and moves through, it will fall apart and we will get into the clear air tomorrow before the next chance of a shower rolls in. on thursday morning this system does not have a lot of rain and there are yellows in the north bay on thursday morning during commute but they fall apart with light to heavy green colors there, darker green, and that means light-to-moderate rain possible. the timing i mentioned, from 5:00 through 9:00 it moves from north to south through the bay in the heart of the rush hour and after we are beyond 9:00 it exits the south bay by 11:00 and we have scattered showers for thursday afternoon and notice the cooler weather behind as we get snow in the higher
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elevations and that is possible friday while the rest of us down here in the lower lands are in the low-to-mid 50's on friday, if one of the showers bumped into our higher elevation we could see a dusting of snow above $2,500 and the 60's return by sunday and they hold on by monday. >> in hayward, southbound, 880, we have a four car accident beyond hayward. that yellow line extends all the way back to 238, so, very heavy traffic in hayward area headed southbound on 880 because of the four car accident. elsewhere, we will look at northbound 880 before davis, the accident has been cleared at the shoulder with residual slow traffic with injuries involved with emergency crews on the shoulder that are blocking a lane of traffic. southbound 680, slow traffic there because of an early accident. walnut creek, brake lights from
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pleasant hill sluggish but no stalls or accidents just a lot of folks making their way southbound. >> ahead, five things to know before you go. >> the abc7 morning news
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>> 6:54 as we are ready to hand off to "good morning america" here are five things to know. a new study everyone as traffic in the bay area among the worst in the nation. the reports from texas a&m transportation institute show san francisco and oakland are tied with los angeles for the number two spot. washington, dc, at the top of the list. new york is fourth. >> the niners will hold a final team meeting this morning in santa clara and clean out the lockers. hundreds of fans greeted team at the airport and team headquarter s yesterday after the super bowl loss. >> three, oakland police are investigating a violent crash caught on camera, a man standing
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on a corner narrowly escaped the worst after a stolen jeep crashes into another car right where he was standing at foothill boulevard and 36th avenue. the jeep's driver died and the driver of the honda suffered minor injuries. >> a woman and two children are out of the hospital after being involved in a hit-and-run accident in pittsburg. one is under arrest and the accident happened last night. >> number five, the state supreme court will discuss bans on medical marijuana dispensaries at the city and county level. the justices are meeting in a special session at the university of san francisco to celebrate the 100th birthday. >> final check on the accweather forecast. mike? >> good news, we be with the cloud cover, no flight delays, and san jose and oakland on time. temperatures mild this morning most of us in the mid-to-upper
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40's and oakland is at 50 and antioch at 41. slower sunshine than yesterday. temperatures about same, low-to-mid 50's at the coast and mid-to-upper 30's inland. >> the bay bridge, metering lights are on and traffic is sluggish to the macarthur maze and the upper deck moving into the city, and the hayward accident, this is southbound 880, you can see the yellow line there, speeds of about 40, or 35 to 40 miles an hour, which is cleared to the shoulder and another accident, northbound, that now is also cleared so hopefully it will be improving. >> thank you for joining us. the morning news continues in 25 minutes with news, weather and traffic during "good morning america" next. captioned by, closed captioning services, inc.
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good morning, america. breaking overnight, new details in the last-minute operation to save the 5-year-old held hostage in that alabama bunker for a week. agents rehearsing in a mock hole, before racing in after
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watching the suspect on camera. we'll talk to little ethan's family in moments. when the lights went out. there were warnings the power could blow at the superdome during the big game. rekren -- recent tests showing a possibility of failure. officials scrambling, now, to answer the growing outrage. stunner in the breakup murder trial. jodi arias gives dramatic testimony for almost two hours about her broken childhood. why she killed her boyfriend in self-defense. her mother, watching it all from the front row. absolutely fabulous. he's the overnight sensation with a 12-pack, made famous at the super bowl. the moment his mom saw him on screen during the big game. we meet the 21-year-old from new jersey behind these abs. he'll be here live. can you stomach this? good morning, america. hello to robin. back home, now, from that

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ABC February 5, 2013 6:00am-7:00am PST

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Network ABC
Duration 01:00:00
Scanned in San Francisco, CA, USA
Source Comcast Cable
Tuner Channel 18 (147 MHz)
Video Codec mpeg2video
Audio Cocec ac3
Pixel width 1280
Pixel height 720
Sponsor Internet Archive
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